4 Dec 2005 cerquide   » (Journeyer)

fxn, maybe you can take a look at this paper to see how usually the operations in relational algebra are defined. The best reference for that is Date's book (appears cited in that paper).

Lately I have been playing with several things:

  • Objective C and GNUStep framework. Funny and worth a try. Do you want to know where from did Java obtained the good ideas in their design and how much was lost when they decided to go with static typing? Learn Objective C.
  • Looking for a collections library in C. Found SGLIB, Glib, Kazlib and gdsl as viable alternatives. I think I prefer SGLIB.
  • What is a UNIX system? Found out about Opengroup's Single Unix Specification. Worth consulting.
  • Amazing Language D, next in my list of programming languages to be tested

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